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statute

División en sílabas: stat·ute
Pronunciación: /ˈstaCHo͞ot
 
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Definición de statute en inglés:

sustantivo

1A written law passed by a legislative body: violation of the hate crimes statute the tax is not specifically disallowed by statute
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Rules are written to reflect the statutes passed in legislation.
  • Congress has passed statutes making a defendant pay the fee of a plaintiff's lawyer if the plaintiff prevails in the case.
  • It is not entirely clear from this paper, it may be clear from the original: is this form of lease prescribed by statute or regulation?
Sinónimos
law, regulation, enactment, act, bill, decree, edict, rule, ruling, resolution, dictum, command, order, directive, order-in-council, pronouncement, proclamation, dictate, fiat, bylaw, ordinance
1.1A rule of an organization or institution: the appointment will be subject to the statutes of the university
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Both sides claim the backing of World Trade Organization statutes for their positions.
  • Ironically, it appeared to have no effect on the organisation's statutes or policy positions.
  • Today, they are marketing themselves as ‘financial cooperatives,’ even though they are organized under different statutes.
1.2 archaic (In biblical use) a law or decree made by a sovereign, or by God.
Example sentences
  • ‘I incline my heart to perform Thy statutes,’ is a verse that occurs in several forms in the psalm.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French statut, from late Latin statutum, neuter past participle of Latin statuere 'set up', from status 'standing' (see status).

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